How to Make Your Own DIY Bath Bomb!

Hey bookworms!

Who out there has read my Soul Stripper series? If you love paranormal and love my character Julian and all his sexy, forbidden love angel-ness, then you’ll love these peppermint scented bath bombs! They’re easy to make at home and Danielle Eaton and I put together a little video to show you how to make them! =) So, pop one into your next bubble bath and crack open Soul Stripper!


Julian’s Peppermint Bath Bomb Recipe:
½ Cup Baking Soda
¼ Cup Epsom Salt
¼ Cup Cornstarch
¼ Cup Citric Acid
2 Tsp Castor Oil
2 Tsp Witch Hazel
1 Tsp Essential Oil (Peppermint)

Mix the dry ingredients first. Then in a small bowl mix the wet ingredients. Add in small increments (like one drop at a time) of the wet mixture while stirring the dry ingredients. Pack together in molds and let them set for at least two hours. Then, pop them out of the molds and allow them to air dry overnight.

To read my Soul Stripper series, follow me on Amazon and you can get the first book in the series here :
Soul Stripper (Book #1)
“What a ride! I can’t wait to see what happens next in this fantastic new series!” –Caitlin Crews, USA Today bestselling author
It’s called Sin City for a reason. Nowhere else are the temptations so great, the sex so good, and the demons so bad. . .
By day, Monica is a barista in a local café. It doesn’t pay a lot but it puts her up close and personal with her sexy boss, Drew. Unfortunately that’s as far as a succubus can go unless she wants to take his soul. Monica needs mind blowing sex to sustain her and she finds her victims every night at a local strip club where she’s an exotic dancer. But when her powers begin to diminish and her fellow succubi start turning up dead, all bets are off. Monica realizes she’s the one immortal who has a chance in hell of making things right. . .

 

November Gratitude


Happy November, everyone! I can’t believe we’re here already! Halloween FLEW by in a whirlwind of costumes and candy and parties. The air has turned crisp (we even had our first snowfall here in Maine last night!) and as Thanksgiving nears, I’m filled with more and more with gratitude.

November is always a solid reminder to be thankful for all we have. And as hard as I try to extend that gratitude the whole year around, somehow, it always manages to slip away–ebbs and flows throughout the twelve months. I’ve always loved Thanksgiving. I loved that there were no gifts; it wasn’t filled with hours upon hours of wrapping presents or stressing about who you forgot to get something for this year (side note: two years in a row, I forgot to get my brother’s girlfriend a Christmas gift! OOPS.) Thanksgiving is about togetherness. It’s about sharing a meal and sharing love.

This year, I’ve been doing a lot more yoga. And for the month of November (and perhaps beyond), as I sit still on my mat, breathing deeply, I tell myself one thing I’m grateful for that day. But more importantly, I ask myself, how will I show that gratitude in my actions?

Today, I wanted to say THANK YOU to you! Because you, my readers, were in my thoughts today as I practiced yoga. Thank you for being here. Thank you for reading. Thank you for your support, encouragement, and feedback. Without you all, I’m simply a writer. But with you and because of you? I’m an author.

And for that, I will be eternally grateful.

A Free Little Something…

We ALL love free stuff, am I right? Well, for those who haven’t heard, I’ve put together a couple short videos on how to photograph a book flat lay. You can see Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

And TONIGHT at 5:30PM EST, I’ll be over on my Facebook Page doing a live video and answering your photography questions (or, hell, if you just want to discuss YOUNGER, I’m fine with that too!). And as a thank you for watching and tuning in, I’m giving you this image to use for FREE on your social media. No need to credit me, no need to tag me. Just use as you like and enjoy! It’s my gift to you!

Save the image by right clicking on it and I hope to see you tonight at 5:30pm!